after4ever (8025) - Mukilteo, Washington, USA - MAR 27, 2013
16-oz can. Pours a hazy burnished dark amber with bright golden brown edges. Loose creamy suds on top. Lots of eggy lace. Bright piney nose, like a combination of a forest and fresh-cut wood. Creamy medium body with lively carb. Toasty caramel and bright pine on the mid palate, with a long dry piney finish. Very nice. rxeight (3248) - Illinois, USA - MAR 20, 2013
Crisp, citrusy, refreshing. Fairly hoppy, suprised that it was only 5.2%. Solid pale from half acre. Scrapersnbeer (1532) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - MAR 19, 2013
Drank with a friend at his advice, this is one of the most floral ales I can remember. Combines the flowery aromas of the florist with the resinous background of the head shop. Pale orange color. Mixed flavor palate of citrus hops and sweet pale malt. Is there wheat content maybe? Not a heavy beer by any means, but the intensity of its components make it hard to put down a four pack. Wombata (627) - Kobe, JAPAN - MAR 18, 2013
Aroma: resinous, piney, apricot jam plus alpha.
Flavor: resinous, piney, quickly followed by dried apricot, and bitter orange peel.
Comment: Solid and well-made. knickskicks (1168) - - MAR 15, 2013
Pint can pour. Orange, fluffy lasting off-white head. Great lacing. Nose is a big boquet flowers, cannabis, and pine. Taste is pine, citrus fruits, flowers. Dry mouthfeel, long bitter finish. Good carbonation. One of the best pale ales I’ve ever had.
rumproasts (6035) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - MAR 13, 2013
Can. Amber with a bitter hoppy bite. Hops have minimal flavor other than bitterness. Rather disappointing. It’s almost like I had a different beer than everyone else is reviewing here.
SPDickerman (1315) - Texas, USA - MAR 6, 2013
Pours hazy orange with a large white head. Smells of pine, spruce, earthy, and some citrus. Taste is decently bitter, for a pale ale, with some solid citrus and resin flavors. Light-bodied with a slick texture and active mouth-carbonation, Half Acre Daisy Cutter finishes with a lingering bitterness. olr1984 (1530) - fort wayne, Indiana, USA - MAR 1, 2013
16oz can. Clear gold pour with large white head. Hoppy aroma. Citrus and pine hop taste. jkwood04 (5463) - Connecticut, USA - FEB 24, 2013
1 pint can. Looks light. Aroma strong of citrusy, bitter hops with some pale and caramel malts. Flavor the same with a lot of citrusy hops. Average texture. A really good beer for the style. pjames317 (94) - Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 21, 2013
Pounder from a 4pk purchased at Capone’s in East Norriton, PA. Pours a medium to light bodied amber blond with minimal head. Small ring provides good lacing for this fresh hopped beer. This is an esteemed pale ale from the midwest that imbues the senses with fresh floral hops. Grassy notes, light orange zest and crisp pale malt round out the profile. Taste is of a crisp hoppiness that gives the beer a distinction reserved normally for world-class pilseners. But this is unmistakably a pale ale that is hoppy yet balanced, musty yet floral. Would love to see this available (cans) in Philly on a regular basis. Really doesn’t get much better for a pale ale (Sorry, Yards).